A New Product from Heatherslaw Cornmill

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Having recently acquired a Robinsons Flour Dressing machine from Offley Mill in Staffordshire, Heatherslaw Cornmill is delighted to announce the launch of a new flour to add to its existing baking range .  “Heatherslaw Malt” is made by blending wholewheat and the dressed flour, both traditionally milled at Heatherslaw, and adding malted wheat flakes from Silvery Tweed in Berwick. 

The new dressing machine works as a giant shaking sieve, removing the bran from the wholemeal flour, leaving a strong white flour which is a great baking flour.  Heatherslaw Cornmill manager Dave Harris-Jones said “The combination of our own finely milled flours with malted wheat flakes gives this new flour a delicious malty crunch.  Add some black treacle to your bread recipe and the result is a flavoursome, moist and malty loaf.”

With the addition of this new product Heatherslaw Cornmill now produces five different flours for breadmaking – wholewheat, spelt, rye, white and the Heatherslaw malt,  as well as its self-raising flour launched last year.  All the wheat milled at Heatherslaw comes from Carham, just a few miles from the mill.  The flours are available to buy from Heatherslaw Gift Shop and other local outlets, as well as on-line via a mail order service. 

Heatherslaw Mill is open daily to visitors until the end of October and during school holidays kids baking days run Monday-Wednesday inclusive.

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